Did you know that only 30-40% of people are satisfied with their hair after 16 or more weeks of treatment with popular hair re-growth brands?
We developed the world’s only patented MinoxiTest to help you determine how best to ensure that you can support having thicker, longer, more luscious hair.
MinoxiTest is a rapid, at home, hair sulfotransferase enzyme test, helping you make the right hair choices for thicker, longer, more luscious hair.
Thinner, shorter, less luscious hair
Pluck 2 hairs and insert into the supplied tube. Wait 30 minutes and observe the color change. If your results are clear, your hair enzymes can use a boost. If the results are yellow, you are already boosted.
10 years of research and several peer-reviewed and published clinical studies demonstrate that the MinoxiTest was able to identify people that needed a hair sulfotransferase enzyme booster.
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The MinoxiTest uses a patented chemical formula that interacts with sulfotransferase enzymes in your hair to determine if you have enough of the enzyme in your to support thicker, longer, more luscious hair.